Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson

  • Biography

    Kate is an Eltham artist specializing in limited edition colour linocuts. She uses native birds and flowers in her highly patterned and decorative prints.
    She trained as a textile designer at the Central School of Art & Design in London and worked freelance for 6 years before migrating to Australia in 1990 with her young family.
    Kate draws influence from Japanese woodblocks, Art Nouveau, the Arts & Crafts Movement and printmakers such as Margaret Preston.
    She does all her drawing, designing and block carving in her Eltham studio and prints on an 1880’s Albion at the Baldessin Press.

    Kate exhibits regularly and her prints are part of many private and public collections including The Austin Hospital, Aichi Prefectural Government Japan, Australian Catholic University, Australian Print Workshop, Australian unity, City of Darebin, City of Whitehorse, Crown Casino, Geelong Gallery, Mornington Peninsular Regional Gallery, National Gallery of Australia, Nillumbik Shire Council, the Print Council of Australia and the University of Woolongong.


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Kate Hudson

Acorn Banksia & Leucadendron
26 x 22 x 0.01cm Reduction linocut, 12 colours printed from 2 blocks unframed $475.00

Kate Hudson

Silky Oak & Waratah
26 x 22 x 0.01cm Reduction linocut, 11 colours printed from 2 blocks unframed $475.00

Kate Hudson

Lattice Vase & Hakeas
26 x 22 x 0.01cm Reduction linocut, 11colours printed from 2 blocks unframed $475.00

Kate Hudson

Two Spot Vase & Banksias
26 x 22 x 0.01cm Reduction linocut, 11 colours printed from 2 blocks unframed $475.00